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Old   October 4, 2006, 08:28
Default Following waves generation
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I am modelling a ship in a seaway (waves). Incident waves (travelling from front to back of the ship) are easy to implement; i specify orbital velocities + ship velocity, and wave elevation (phase fraction) at the inlet. Where i am struggling is for following waves (waves that overtake the ship, travelling back to front), in a sense they should be defined at the outlet. I have some difficulties getting any results on that, any help, comments would be much appreciated.

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